The Democratic Party is an “elite cabal of warmongers—corrupt politicians, propaganda tools, big tech, and the national security state.”


On Fox News’ “The Ingraham Angle” on Friday, former Rep. Tulsi Gabbard accused her former political party of tearing the country apart.

He described it as a group with bad intentions united around a single sign.

“Now, I don’t think the majority of people in the Democratic Party today have taken into account that they don’t leave the party because of one issue,” host Laura said. Ingraham. “They are leaving the party to the left due to about 10 issues. That is, they went there so much that they left America. I mean, this is an unrecognizable coalition of radicals.

“Yes, Laura, they’re getting more and more insane. “I really can’t find another word to describe it, you know,” Gabbard replied. “The list of reasons, unfortunately, is long. I think we’re going to see more and more Americans who call themselves Democrats and have a history of leaving the Democratic Party for many reasons. You know, it’s an elite group of warmongers made up of corrupt politicians, propaganda media, big tech, and the national security state. They militarize the security state to attack political opponents.

“They undermine our God-given and constitutional rights and freedoms,” he continued. “You know, they try to censor and silence anyone who disagrees with them. When they see what the NAACP has announced with Florida, we are divided and racialized by identity politics. I mean, the list is, unfortunately, we could do a whole show on all of these things. I think more and more Americans are seeing clearly what the party is doing wrong. This is not about the party, but what they are doing to this country and how they are undermining our rights and freedoms in our democracy. That’s what it’s all about.

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